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Meet the Colorado Chapter Board
Naomi Curland is the Executive Director for Longmont Food Rescue, a hunger relief nonprofit that redistributes nutritious food that would otherwise go to waste to those in need. Naomi is also a board member of Sustainable Resilient Longmont and chairs their Zero Waste Committee. On the board of EcoWomen, she has served as secretary for the past 2 years, and looks forward to taking on the role of treasurer in 2022. When she's not doing environmental work in her community, she enjoys hiking and painting.
Emily Hypnarowski is passionate about education and community. She has lived, studied, and worked all over the country -- from outdoor schools in Wyoming, to touring the Florida Everglades. As a lifelong learner, Emily studied place-based education at the Teton Science Schools, and has since worked to educate students of all ages to think critically about the way they interact with the world and empower them to make environmentally sound choices. With Colorado EcoWomen, Emily wants to build and participate in a community of like-minded women who she can learn from and socialize with!
Kealy Herman has had a passion for the environment from a very young age, which has led to a career in corporate sustainability strategy and life on a hobby farm in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. Kealy is currently the Lead for Supply Chain Climate Strategy at Google, where she is working to build an energy-efficient, low-carbon supply chain. She is a lifelong learner who has never met a stranger, which is all part of why she loves being on the Board of the Colorado EcoWomen.